Light and nutritious snacks for after school!
This creative crudités makes eating veggies fun -- especially when kids can dip the petals in our easy-to-mix ranch dressing.
Here's a treat hungry students are sure to dig: baby carrots planted in tasty dip.
When served with this simple dip, sugar snaps are an enticing side dish for kids.
Tell your kids it's time to make these tiny rice critters and see how they run to the kitchen.
This super healthy and yummy snack makes a great addition to any slumber party, house party, or lunch box.
One way to brighten a rainy day is to dish up this simple and delicious treat.
These whimsical critters make a great snack.
When school's out, feed your kids' hunger for knowledge with these fun ideas for snack time.
Bright and cheerful, these pea-brained fellows may actually tempt your child to eat vegetables.
Cool off with this pretty little pop star.
Your child can brighten up his or her dinner plate with this vegetable sun.
These sourpusses are a clever way to slip vitamin C into your child's diet.
Bake your own herd of tasty, crunchy Animal Chips.
These strawberries dipped in pink chocolate are the perfect treat at a fairy-themed birthday party.
This stovetop recipe adds popcorn to the original campfire version of s'mores and turns the familiar snack into an easy, portable treat.
It won't take long to reel kids in for snack time with these sweet-and-salty goldfish.
Popcorn and granola add a healthy crunch to these peanut-buttery treats.
Bite-size versions of the fall fair treat, these tiny "caramel" apples are a great party snack.
Edible serving containers make these salty-sweet snacks a no-mess, no-trash treat.
This crunchy, lunch-box-friendly snack mix is sweetened with fruit juice and brown sugar.
Move over, Cupid. These edible valentines will win the heart of everyone in the family. They're also sure to be a hit as a classroom snack.
Here's a delicious, easy-to-make snack that you don't have to be a monkey to love.
These sweet, wholesome treats are sure to be a favorite with your family. Wrap each one in foil for an easy on-the-go breakfast, lunch box addition, or midday snack.
These crowd-pleasers are a snack parents won't mind their kids filling up on.
Launch a fleet of edible sailboats for a nutritional snack your kids will sail right through.
This silly-looking snack may appear to be moving at a snail's pace, but it goes together — and disappears — quick as a wink.
Let kids turn bagels, cream cheese, and assorted toppings into an edible zoo.
There's just something irresistible about the mini pickles. Kids can never eat enough of them and they also like to help roll the salami blankets.
Need a snack to tide the kids over until the big Thanksgiving feast? Here's a healthy option they can have fun making themselves.
These crunchy and creamy bite-size sandwiches are a cinch to put together.
These tasty and nutritious bars, made from scratch with wholesome ingredients, provide 20 grams of carbohydrates for slow-release, sustained energy.
This clever creation, inspired by Spoonful guest Maryanne DaCosta from East Hanover, New Jersey, turns fresh fruit into a festive, healthy snack that really makes the grade.
Turn a handful of fresh snow peas into a school of fanciful fish.
Invite your child to plant these "berry" delicious flowers on his or her plate.
Fresh fruit puts a sweet spin on this Mexican-style treat.
Be a trendsetter by turning cereal and licorice into a fashionable edible bracelet.
These nutritious bites are easy to mass-produce and just as easy for players to pop in their mouths during halftime or whenever they need a boost.
This fun fast-food impostor makes a wholesome quick breakfast.
These toothsome treats are a fun and healthy break from Halloween sweets.
This easy blended drink is a great treat after a long day in the classroom.
Vegetable Flowers with Homemade Ranch Dip
Sugar Snaps with Honey-Mustard Dip
Three Rice Mice
Cranberry Nut Snack Mix
Rainy Day Cloud Nines
Hard-Boiled Egg Mice
Mr. Tomato Head
Watermelon Pop Stars
Yellow Pepper Sun
School of Fish
Mini Caramel Apples
Sticks and Stones
Homemade Granola Bars
Ladybugs on a Stick
Pickles in a Blanket
Gobble Me Up
Cream Cheese Crisps
Energy Boost Bars
Balls of Energy